(i) Sir John Dalston (as U DDFA/18/54), his wife Dame Margarett and eldest son and heir Charles
(ii) Thomas Norton of Chancery Lane and Samuel Birkby of London gents.
(iii) Richard Browne of Islington esq.
Manor of Towthorpe with 3 messuages, 5 oxgangs, 2 gardens and 60ac. pasture (sometime property of chantry of Cornebrough in par. Sheriff Hutton). Heath Hall and close in which it stands (12ac.), and close called the Pighill in Warnefeild cum Heath. Messuage, 13 closes (80ac.), 5ac. in the Little Oldfeild, and their tithes of corn, grain and hay in Sandall Magna. Fall Ing (16ac.) in Wakefeild. Annuity of £60 out of manor and estate of Wheldrake. Part of demesne lands of manor of Lowdham and Gunthorpe, co. Notts., as allotted on a division to Sir William Dalston dec'd. A third part of manor of Lowdham and Gunthorpe and all other property of Sir G.D. and C.D. in co. Notts: To lead to a Common Recovery to recited uses.